We will unfold and the root causes of Prejudice and how to mitigate its harmfulness through Knowledge, Mitigation and Education. Our project efforts show how we are organized to begin achieving these goals. We are all also explaining how those of interest can become involved.

There will be a brief presentation on "Why Racial Healing Matters," followed by a conversation among and with panelists discussing this topic. There will be presentations by people who will tell personal stories about "Growing Up/Being Black in Freeport, IL. There will be presentations on the intergenerational truama carried by black and white persons. Break-out sessions will give attendees the opportunity to have deep learning and conversations with the presenters. The event will include opporunties for establishing and building relationships.

African Americans have a long history of Christianity as their belief system, however many African Americans in current American society question Christianity as the “healing balm” for their souls and/or answer to life in a society embedded with racism against African Americans. Dr Antipas Harris, Black History Month speaker, enlightens African Americans through social, theological, and historical examination of Christianity as it relates to justice, identity, culture, and racial healing.

The City of St. Louis Park, St. Louis Park Community Education, St. Louis Park Public Schools and Benilde St. Margaret's are partnering to host the second annual National Day of Racial Healing event. This program is an opportunity for children, teens, neighbors, and community members to learn about each other’s diverse backgrounds, cultures, perspectives and lived experiences. All are invited to participate in the community conversation. The program is free, and dinner will be provided. Please register in advance.

The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Center on Community Philanthropy will announce the recipient of the 2024 Advancing Equity Award at the 7th Advancing Equity Awards Gala, commemorating the National Day of Racial Healing on Wednesday, January 17, 2024, at 5:30 pm CST at the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, AR. The Advancing Equity Award is a national award given to grassroots organizations, nonprofits, for profits, individuals or faith-based groups, who demonstrate innovative ways to promote equity and inclusion in their communities. This award seeks to encourage those who, are working to address inequalities and advance progress towards racial equity.

As a Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation Campus Center and a campus committed to becoming a Native Hawaiian Place of Learning, we intentionally pause each year on January 17th to mark the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom. During this time, we also honor the National Day of Racial Healing and the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. With all this to guide us, let’s collectively explore what it has meant, continues to mean, and could mean in the future to experience Hawai‘i as our home aloha, our beloved home.

We do this by engaging in the following questions:

What has made it both beautiful as well as challenging to call Hawai‘i home:
What can the lessons from these experiences mean for the Hawai‘i we want to shape as home for our children and grandchildren?
We will pause and engage together January 16-18, 2024 by sharing stories, listening deeply, creating art, making connections, building relationships, and sharing meals together.

Our pause is inspired and shaped by the following quotes:
“Never cease to act because you fear you may fail.” – Queen Liliʻuokalani

“…the end is the creation of the beloved community. It is this type of spirit and this type of love that can transform opposers into friends. It is this type of understanding goodwill that will transform the deep gloom of the old age into the exuberant gladness of the new age. It is this love which will bring about miracles in the hearts of men.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

“What will your community look like when racism has been jettisoned?” – W. K. Kellogg Foundation

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation Grand Rapids is hosting a virtual community convening in honor of the National Day of Racial Healing. We recognize that racial healing and racial equity are fundamental to healthy communities and that racism is a public health issue. This event aims to create space for learning, understanding, and healing as we continue to build a thriving community for all in our city and region.

Austin Public Library Celebrates Third Annual 2024 National Day Of Racial Healing !

GovState National Day of Racial Healing event will include a keynote speaker, racial healing beads, a little book on racial healing, and a racial healing circle.

For three years Equitable Dinners has been inspiring positive action through art and courageous conversation.

Equitable Dinners is a transformative city-wide event bringing together people of diverse backgrounds in a facilitated conversation about complex issues, like racism. Equitable Dinners unique approach combines
– a short one person play
– facilitated dialogue
– over a meal with neighbors and strangers,
to create an experience where every voice has space and every story is sacred. Guests leave our events inspired to take positive action in their communities, workplaces, and their homes.

Register to attend online OR in person at https://app.inclusivv.co/equitabledinnersatlanta